Finally. Finally, finally, finally. We are back running again AND I can get access to Doctor Disco’s laptop, too. I always wonder what keeps Laura from getting out there to get her nose in the wind (no, neither of us is fast enough to generate any wind on our own, unless it’s from our butts), … Continue reading Guest Blogger: We’re Getting Warmer!
So Laura is headed to her own doc on Friday to get yet another shot in her paw…I’m not sure she’s ever going to recover from this. I know she is hoping that we will begin running again this weekend, but at this point, I can just smell the depression wafting off her. What, you … Continue reading Guest Blogger: Here, have a chewie
I was beginning to think that Laura had forgotten about running, it had been so long since we went out together. I was really glad, though, that she didn’t decide we should hit the trails while it was raining. I’m all about a good run with my pack, but I don’t fancy cold rain. Running … Continue reading Guest Blogger: From the corner bed
So I write this on the other side of Happy Tail Syndrome (HTS) and I am so glad to be there. If you are fortunate enough to have never suffered HTS, you won’t know my pain, or the pain of other overly happy and friendly dogs. This syndrome is also known as Kennel Tail, and … Continue reading Guest Blogger: Tail Muscles
Obviously, the first thing we need to talk about is the need to ensure the safety of your running buddy. Laura and I have a couple of things we use to make sure that we don’t lose track of one another. She doesn’t have the impressive, strong nose of my kind – while I would … Continue reading Keeping Up with Each Other
So I’m a dog. You’re probably surprised to read that, and maybe have a question or two. No, I don’t have thumbs. I don’t usually talk to people, other than my own, and then only a little. I’m a very unusual dog. Being the guest blogger for my human is exciting, although it does offer … Continue reading Guest Blogger: Strax, my Running Buddy